Working Together, Changing the World

Students in the Model United Nations Club represented LIU Post in discussions of contemporary global issues at the National Model U.N. Conference in March.

Faculty Leadership

Professors Michael Soupios (philosophy) and Panos Mourdoukoutas (economics) adapt the wisdom of history’s great minds into lessons on leadership for the 21st-century professional in their book, The Ten Golden Rules of Leadership: Classical Wisdom for Modern Leaders.

Examining Modern Culture

Director of American Studies Thomas Fahy explores why horror shows—such as The Walking Dead, Dexter, and American Horror Story—are among the most artful and fascinating writing on television in his new book, The Writing Dead.

Internships that Matter

Every summer, students and faculty collaborate on research, lab experiments, fieldwork, and travel on a wide variety of cutting-edge studies.


In the Honors College, highly-motivated students of every major elevate their education through small, seminar-style classes, independent research and collaborations with peers and award-winning faculty scholars, and immersive off-campus and travel seminars, building experience, relationships, and memories that last a lifetime.


Diversify Your Assets

Twenty-first century leaders are flexible, forward-thinking, multi-faceted doers. Broaden your perspective, hone your expertise, enhance your marketability, and prepare for a career you'll love with a dual major or minor.

E.g., An English major with a minor in Biology might open the door to a career in scientific writing. A dual major in Political Science and History with a minor in Spanish might be the ideal preparation for a career in government or international relations.

Turn your passions into professional success at LIU Post.

During summer 2015, students in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences expanded their education through immersive travel seminars to Tanzania, with Professor of Geography Mark Pires, and Slovenia, with Professor of Economics Veronika Dolar. Where will your studies take you?



College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Nicholas Ramer, Acting Dean
Location, Room 126

Joan Ruckel
Executive Assistant to the Dean

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